Trust our engineering team of experts to apply a holistic approach to your audio challenges. Tectonic can de-risk your development and help speed your product to market.


The Tectonic team of engineers is available to work with you to engineer creative solutions for your audio innovations. Save time and money by engaging us at the beginning of your process.

Our holistic approach can help with all aspects of your project, including: acoustical, mechanical, and electrical engineering; industrial design; microphones (for smart speakers) and manufacturing support to arrive at the fully optimized solution you seek.


Though we already have embodiments in market on the Alexa and Google platforms, our capabilities are agnostic. We’re happy to develop for your platform of choice.


• Fully optimized BMR audio drive units
• Engineering and manufacturing support worldwide
• Enablement for voice-based AI and smart speaker platforms
• Design conceptualization through rapid prototyping


To ensure the most accurate and deepest understanding for the products we create, it’s necessary to rigorously measure, test and re-test. To aid in these steps, Tectonic engineering utilizes sophisticated test equipment and methodologies throughout the design process.

Anechoic Chamber

Housed at Tectonic Audio Labs’ headquarters, this chamber is the cornerstone of almost all acoustic measurements we conduct. The chamber has a 19 microphone array, giving 5 degree resolution from 0 – 90 degrees. Combined with a motorized turntable, Audio Precision measurement hardware and specialized scripts, a high resolution 3D balloon plot of a loudspeaker’s radiation can be automatically generated in a matter of hours.

Scanning Laser Vibrometer (Polytec PSV500)

This instrument enables non-contact measurements of a vibrating object by using a laser beam that is scanned over the surface in a defined grid, detecting the velocity at each point. This velocity map can be reconstructed to visualize the bending wave modes and to perform complex calculations on the data set yielding critical information about how our BMR and DML technologies are operating.

COMSOL Multiphysics® Software

Tectonic uses this simulation software during transducer design to predict component behavior before committing to manufacture. Once the transducer is built, Comsol is used again to validate and verify the results.


Case Study: First Alert

See why First Alert chose Tectonic Audio Labs for their Onelink Safe and Sound smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, the first of its kind built on the Alexa platform.